Things To Do In Bethlehem
1. Colonial Industrial Quarter
Step back in time as you explore the Colonial Industrial Quarter, once buzzing with production when Historic Bethlehem’s early settlers arrived in the 1700s. Today, see the original grist miller’s house and ruins of the butchery, pottery building, oil mill, and more.
2. Wind Creek Bethlehem (formerly Sands® Bethlehem)
Live it up at Wind Creek Bethlehem with exciting casino action, numerous dining options including Emeril’s Chop House and Buddy V’s Ristorante, brand-name outlet shopping, live music, and several nightlife venues.
3. Godfrey Daniels
Jam out at the legendary Godfrey Daniels, an iconic live music venue operating since 1976. This intimate listening room has become a go-to place for folk, bluegrass, acoustic blues, and old-time music, as well as special storytelling sessions.
4. National Museum Of Industrial History
Marvel at more than 200 industrial artifacts at the National Museum of Industrial History, a Smithsonian affiliate. Housed in a century-old Bethlehem Steel electrical repair shop, the carefully curated exhibits offer a glimpse into America’s rich manufacturing heritage.
5. Captured LV Escape Room
Crack the code at Captured LV Escape Room. Assemble your team of two to 10 players, and embark on a one-hour expedition of solving puzzles, unearthing secrets, and getting the keys to help you escape—before time runs out.
6. Hoover Mason Trestle
Stroll along the Hoover Mason Trestle, an elevated pedestrian walkway that offers dramatic views of the behemoth blast furnaces that tower over SteelStacks™. As the walkway winds through the furnaces and along the former narrow gauge railway, you’ll see this historic industrial area from a whole new perspective.